Jordan Spieth is making a move at The Masters on day three.
After disaster struck in the opening round on the par five 15th hole where Spieth had a quadruple bogey. It looked as though his pursuit of the green jacket would have to wait at least another year.
Here is Spieth’s long put for birdie on the on the par three 6th hole today that took him to one under par.
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Spieth has quietly worked his way back into the conversation and could make a strong move today and tomorrow. If he keeps this up, you have to think the crowds at Augusta on Sunday will put their support behind Spieth.
Either way, the 2017 Masters is shaping up to have an epic finish ahead on Sunday.